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205 West 12th Street, Rolla, MO 65409  - Phone:  (573) 341-4218  - Fax: (573) 341-4544  - Email:  reslife@mst.edu  -  Facebook icon 

Thomas Jefferson Hall

 
Thomas Jefferson is a newly renovated two-tower residential life housing complex.  The North Tower is seven stories tall and can house around 40 people in each one of its two wings.  The South Tower is eleven stories tall and houses around 34 people on a floor.
     
Amenities
  • Newly renovated rooms with carpeting
  • Kitchen on each floor (except 1 North)
  • TV lounge
  • Study lounge on each floor (South Only)
  • Two large building lounges with ping-pong, pool tables, and a large TV
  • Individual room heating and air conditioning controls
  • Community bathrooms
  • Voyager learning community on 10 and 11 South
  • Computer Learning Center
  • Laundry facilities
  • Outdoor sand volleyball court
  • Quiet floors
  • Hollistic community on 4 and 5 South
  • Resident Assistant on each floor/wing
  • Cafeteria in complex
  • Wired and wireless internet access
  • Cable television access
  • Elevators
  • Front desk with mail services and items to check out (movies, games, etc...)
     
Pictures
     
Thomas Jefferson South Floor Lounge Thomas Jefferson South Floor Kitchen Thomas Jefferson South Hallway
     
Thomas Jefferson North Floor Lounge Thomas Jefferson North Floor Lounge and Kitchen Thomas Jefferson North Hallway
     
Thomas Jefferson Hall Laundry Thomas Jefferson Hall South Lounge Thomas Jefferson South Study Lounge
     
Thomas Jefferson Hall Bathroom Thomas Jefferson Hall Mailboxes Thomas Jefferson Hall Computer Learning Center
     
Thomas Jefferson Cafeteria Entrance Thomas Jefferson Cafeteria Salad Bar Thomas Jefferson Cafeteria Brick Pizza Oven
     
 
Thomas Jefferson Cafeteria Seating Area Thomas Jefferson South Tower Study Lounge  
     
Rooms  
  • North Tower Double

 

 

     
     
     
  •  South Tower Double
   
     
     
     
  •  South Tower Large Double 
 
 
     
Room and Board Rates
     
Floor Plans  
 
     

 

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